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Children and Teen Suicide: Assessment, Prevention and Intervention CMH 5090

09/20/2013 @ 6:00 pm - 09/22/2013 @ 6:00 pm

| $350/20 CECs

Friday, Septenber 20, 6–9:30pm
Saturday & Sunday, Septenber 21 & 22, 9am–6pm
This course will examine teen and child suicide from a prevention model as opposed to the more ubiquitous ‘post-vention’ model. We will explore signs and symptoms of suicidal ideation, effective assessment as well determining risk level, lethality and acuity. Interventions and therapeutic tools to use when working with a suicidal child will be examined, as well as constructing an individualized safety plan. Risk factors and precipitating events that give rise to suicidal ideation such as bullying, physical and/or sexual abuse, domestic violence, or mental health issues will be discussed. We will also explore para-suicidal behavior and “cutting” and how it differs from suicidal ideation/intent.
(20 contact hours toward the CMH Certificate.)
Bob Deane, M.A., LPCC, has worked with at-risk youth in many different settings for many years. He helped start the Hope Springs Intensive Out-Patient gender specific program for boys and has been the Children’s Intake/Assessment Coordinator at the SF Community Guidance Center for five years. Bob does same-day suicide assessments for the public schools.

Details

Start:
09/20/2013 6:00 pm
End:
09/22/2013 6:00 pm
Cost:
$350/20 CECs
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Venue

Southwestern College Campus
Phone:
505-471-5756
3960 San Felipe Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87507 United States
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